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What types of TV warranties can you get at Amazon?

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Buying a new TV is no casual investment, and even if you get a great deal on Amazon electronics, it’s always worth investing in a product protection plan to make sure your purchase is covered. From Amazon warranty options to other third-party providers, there are all types of coverage out there for your newest home entertainment system.

However, only Mulberry Unlimited truly give you the coverage you need for all your Amazon electronics and purchases. When you subscribe, you'll get access to market-leading product protection for just $9.99 a month. That means your purchases are covered in case of breaks, spills, tears, accidents, and more.

Cover all of your electronic devices under one plan

Shopping for a TV on Amazon

Whenever you’re shopping online, it’s important to do your research instead of jumping for the first good offer you see. Before choosing a TV, you’ll have to think about what’s most important to you. Take some time to compare different features and read plenty of reviews so you have realistic expectations.

You should always consider the picture quality, connectivity options, and range of features. While not everyone needs advanced smart options, you still might want streaming capabilities and other useful functions. Some people might be perfectly happy with an Amazon mini TV, while others might be looking for something that more closely resembles a home theater center. Whatever the case may be, everyone can benefit from a warranty.

Types of warranties you can get with a TV from Amazon

Let's take a look at the warranty options available when you purchase a TV from Amazon.

Manufacturer’s warranty

Unless otherwise noted, most TVs you can buy on Amazon will come with a standard manufacturer’s warranty. These typically protect you for a year from the purchase date for any defects in materials and workmanship.

Keep in mind that this kind of coverage is not going to help you in the event of accidental damage, theft, or loss.

Amazon protection plan

It’s always better to be safe than sorry, and the Amazon protection plan will help you do that. With this coverage, you can expect:

  • Accidental damage coverage. Includes liquid damage, drops, and cracks.
  • Mechanical breakdown. Failure that occurs with normal wear.
  • Tech support. Access to in-home service appointments and experts available anytime by phone.

Keep in mind that this coverage isn’t available for everything you buy on Amazon, so be sure to confirm eligibility before making any purchases.


There are a few different insurance companies that offer extended warranty coverage for Amazon electronics. When it comes to TVs, you’ll be offered a range of Allstate protection plans to choose from, depending on the cost of your television and how long you want the coverage for.

Prices range anywhere from $50 to over $300, so it’s worth checking out all your options before you make a decision.

Is the Amazon protection plan worth it?

Whether you’re in the market for an entirely new TV, or accessories like an Amazon TV stand, understanding the warranties available to you is essential to get the most out of your purchase.

At the end of the day, when it comes to warranties, you always want to maximize your coverage for the best price possible. Although Amazon is full of great deals, there are other third-party providers that offer better value.

Subscribe to Mulberry Unlimited to get the ultimate in product protection, and cover all your favorite Amazon purchases under the same plan, for just $9.99 a month.

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Kim Miller

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Kim Miller is the Head of Marketing at Mulberry. She is passionate about building products and brands that make consumers happy, save them money and make their lives easier. Have an innovative idea for Mulberry you'd like to share? Give her a shout! She'd love to chat about anything from fintech and UX to gardening and antiquing.

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